burden of making the cuts and spelling out what should be cut, having that laid on their plate? >> well, i think what the american people know is they had to cut their budget 2.5% or more. 10%, 15%, 20%, over the past two to four years. they want to see the same activity in washington. not to get a number on a page, it's to get the economy rolling again and creating jobs. regardless of where the decision is made obviously, the executive branch is the branch that carries out the laws of the land, and it's their responsibility to do so. regardless of where decisions are made, it's important we understand it's the dme we get rolling, jobs and this is part of that puzzle. >> tom price, republican from georgia, thank you for joining us. coming up in the next hour, ray mabus, secretary of the navy, will talk to us about the forced cuts as well. and still coming up, the dow and s & p 500 had one of their worst days. what exactly was behind the drop? what can we expect today?